Innovative Interaction for Museums: Communication of Knowledge and Enhanced Experiences in Cultural Organizations
The paper describes the way in which museums, as informal places of learning, can communicate messages to the visitors with the support of new technologies.
||Interaction, Learning/Interpretive Models, System Design, Museum Technology
The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 5, Issue 11, pp.107-118.
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Katerina Kontara is currently an Msc student, attending a course in Cultural Informatics. Her main research object concerns emerging design technologies that contribute in the improvement of social life. Ms Kontara has a first degree in Fashion Design at the Technological Educational Institution of Thessaloniki, Greece. She has worked for a company of CAD (Computer Aided Design) systems and also as freelance concept designer.
She has attended recent circuits on Cultural Convergence and Digital Technologies, Visual Communication and Educational Informatics. In her creative asset there are various prominent design projects for institutions and contests. Her future plans include research in trends of the future and the way they can be applied in human life for social convenience.
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